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Travel from Dublin Airport to Limerick with Expressway Route X12

Dublin Airport

Limerick

  • ROUTE INFORMATION
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  • STOP INFORMATION

Service Number
      SuO        
Dublin Airport (Atrium Rd, Zone 11 Stop 6) DEP. 08.00 12.00 13.00 14.00 16.00 18.00 20.00
Dublin (Busáras) 08.30 P 12.30 P 13.30 P 14.30 P 16.30 P 18.30 P 20.30 P
Dublin (Opp. Heuston Station) 08.40 P 12.40 P 13.40 P 14.40 P 16.40 P 18.40 P 20.40 P
Newlands Cross (Southbound) 08.50 P 12.50 P 13.50 P 14.50 P 16.50 P 18.50 P 20.50 P
Portlaoise (Hospital) 09.35 13.35 14.35 15.35 17.35 19.35 21.35
Portlaoise (Laois Shopping Centre N80) 09.40 13.40 14.40 15.40 17.40 19.40 21.40
Roscrea (Christy Maher's Pub) 10.10 14.10 15.10 16.10 18.10 20.10 22.10
Nenagh (Banba Square − AXA Insurance) 10.35 14.35 15.35 16.35 18.35 20.35 22.35
Annacotty Bridge (Southbound) 11.10 D 15.10 D 16.10 D 17.10 D 19.10 D 21.10 D 23.10 D
Dublin Rd (Opp The Hurlers Pub) 11.12 D 15.12 D 16.12 D 17.12 D 19.12 D 21.12 D 23.12 D
University of Limerick (Stables) 11.15 D 15.15 D 16.15 D 17.15 D 19.15 D 21.15 D 23.15 D
Limerick (Bus Station) ARR. 11.25 15.25 16.25 17.25 19.25 21.25 23.25
Service Number
              SuO
Limerick (Bus Station) DEP. 07.45 09.45 12.45 13.45 15.45 17.45 20.45
University of Limerick (Stables) 07.55 P 09.55 P 12.55 P 13.55 P 15.55 P 17.55 P 20.55 P
Kilmurry Hotel (Milford Rd) 07.58 P 09.58 P 12.58 P 13.58 P 15.58 P 17.58 P 20.58 P
Annacotty Bridge (Mulcair Drive) 08.00 P 10.00 P 13.00 P 14.00 P 16.00 P 18.00 P 21.00 P
Nenagh (Banba Square − Castle Café) 08.35 10.35 | 14.35 16.35 18.35 21.35
Roscrea (Damer Court Hotel) 09.00 11.00 | 15.00 17.00 19.00 22.00
Portlaoise (Meehan Court N80) 09.30 11.30 | 15.30 17.30 19.30 22.30
Portlaoise (Opposite Hospital) 09.35 11.35 | 15.35 17.35 19.35 22.35
Newlands Cross (Northbound) 10.20 D 12.20 D 14.50 D 16.20 D 18.20 D 20.20 D 23.20 D
Dublin (Heuston Station) 10.30 D 12.30 D 15.00 D 16.30 D 18.30 D 20.30 D 23.30 D
Dublin (Eden Quay) 10.35 D 12.35 D 15.05 D 16.35 D 18.35 D 20.35 D 23.35 D
Dublin (Custom House Quay) 10.36 D 12.36 D 15.06 D 16.36 D 18.36 D 20.36 D 23.36 D
Dublin Airport (Atrium Rd, Zone 11 Stop 6) ARR. 11.00 13.00 15.30 17.00 19.00 21.00 24.00

Key:

P = Pick-up stop only.

D = Drop-off stop only.

SSuX = Operates Monday to Friday only - does not operate on Public Holidays.

SuO = Operates Sundays & Public Holidays only.

Please Note:

No services on Christmas Day. Enquire about St.Stephen's Day services.

Normal service will operate on other Public Holidays. We advice passengers travelling to Dublin Airport to allow ample time for check-in.

From Dublin to Limerick


Depart:
  • Dublin Busáras Dur: 3h 25m
  • Dublin (Opp. Heuston Station)
  • Newlands Cross (Southbound)
  • Portlaoise (Hospital)
  • Portlaoise (Laois Shopping Centre N80)
  • Roscrea (Christy Maher's Pub)
  • Nenagh (Banba Square - AXA Insurance)
  • Annacotty Bridge (Southbound)
  • Dublin Rd (Opp The Hurlers Pub)
  • University of Limerick (Stables)
    Arrive:
  • Limerick (Bus Station)

    From Limerick to Dublin


    Depart:
  • Limerick Bus Station Dur: 3h 15m
  • University of Limerick (Stables)
  • Dublin Rd (Opp The Hurlers Pub)
  • Annacotty Bridge (Southbound)
  • Nenagh (Banba Square - AXA Insurance)
  • Roscrea (Christy Maher's Pub)
  • Portlaoise (Laois Shopping Centre N80)
  • Portlaoise (Hospital)
  • Newlands Cross (Southbound)
  • Dublin (Opp. Heuston Station)
    Arrive:
  • Dublin Busáras

    Limerick visitor attractions

    Easily accessible from Dublin Airport, Limerick is a major Irish city standing on the picturesque River Shannon. Whether you're splurging, or on a shoestring budget, Limerick is a treasure trove of sights to see and things to do. Here are just a few highlights.

    King John's Castle

    King John's Castle

    Visitors of all ages will find something to inspire and excite them at the brand new visitor experience at King John’s Castle. Enjoy the sights and sounds of medieval Limerick and let touch-screen technology connect you to tales of siege and warfare.

    More at shannonheritage.com
    Bunratty Castle & Folk Park

    Bunratty Castle & Folk Park

    Experience a window into Ireland's past and explore the acclaimed 15th century Bunratty Castle and the 19th century Bunratty Folk Park. Bunratty Castle is an authentic medieval castle, built in 1425, it now contains mainly 15th and 16th century furnishings, tapestries, and works of art. In the evenings, the Castle hosts medieval banquets open to the public to enjoy. By day, stroll through Folk Park, a portal to medieval times. Visit houses in this charming village street as well as a school, post office, doctor’s house, hardware shop, printers and of course, McNamara’s pub!

    This and more at shannonheritage.com/BunrattyCastleAndFolkPark/
    Access to Lahinch

    Access to Lahinch

    Lahinch is a small, welcoming, lively holiday resort with an atmosphere and energy that’s all its own. It nestles at the head of Liscannor Bay, beside a 2 km long beach of golden sands. The shape of the resort creates Atlantic breakers that attract surfing and canoeing enthusiasts from all over the world, Lahinch has earned a reputation as a top ‘surf centre’ – with surf schools, social life and great atmosphere to boot. It’s also great for lovers of other water sports too: sailing, swimming, kitesurfing, skin-diving, deep-sea and freshwater fishing are also popular here.

    Visit clare.ie/place/lahinch/
    The Hunt Museum

    The Hunt Museum

    The Hunt Museum is a must-see for both tourists and locals. It exhibits one of Ireland's greatest private collections of art and antiquities, dating from the Neolithic to the 20th Century, including works by Renoir, Picasso and Yeats.

    Visit huntmuseum.com

    Other Limerick Attractions

    The famed Wild Atlantic Way is a trail on the west coast, and on parts of the north and south coasts, of the Republic of Ireland. The 2,500 km driving route passes through nine countries and three provinces, stretching from County Donegal's Inishowen Peninsula in Ulster to Kinsale, County Cork, in Munster, on the Celtic Sea coast. It features amazing views of cliffs, rock formations and greenery with an awe-inspiring backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean.

    Explore more at wildatlanticway.com

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